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Parking discs

How to use a parking disc

Parking discs display your arrival time. There are three red cardboard discs on a parking disc, which must be turned to show the following details:

  • hour
  • 10th / 20th / 30th minute etc
  • first, second, third minute etc

For example, if you parked your car at 10.46, you would rotate the discs to show:

  • [10] on the first disc (hour)
  • [4] on the second disc (40th minute)
  • [6] on the third disc (sixth minute)

If any of the details are not visible or are incorrect, then you will be issued with a parking fine.

If you park for longer than your parking disc is valid for, then you will get a parking fine. You will also get a parking fine if you stay longer than the maximum time restriction in a parking area.

It is illegal to return to the same road within 1 hour of leaving that road.   Failure to comply with this requirement will result in a parking fine.

What to do if you don't have a parking disc

A handwritten note is not acceptable and you will be issued with a parking fine. You can use a paycard instead of a parking disc.

Where to buy a parking disc and how much they cost

Parking discs can be bought from the following places: 

  • Town Hall, St Helier
  • Parking Control Office in Sand Street

They cost £2.00.

Disabled blue parking discs

You can use yellow or blue parking discs.
Disabled parking (blue badge)

Where you can park using a parking disc

There are several areas in St Helier that you can park using your parking disc, as well as other locations around the Island. ​

Parking disc areas in St Helier

​10 minute limit ​

​Beresford Street (outside the Central Market) ​
​La Rue De L'Etau ​

​10 minute limit (between 8am and midnight) ​

​Cheapside ​
​Peirson Road ​

​2 hour limit ​

​La Ruette Pinel ​
​Dongola Road ​
​Hastings Road ​(between 8.00am and 5.00pm only)
​Westmount Road ​
​Roseville Street

​3 hour limit ​

​Richmond Road ​
​Le Clos Vaze ​
​West Hill ​
​Vallee des Vaux ​
​Cleveland Avenue
​Cleveland Road ​
​Nelson Avenue ​
​Queen's Avenue ​
​Raleigh Avenue ​
​Rodney Avenue ​
​Mount Bingham
​Dury Lane
​Old St Andrew's Road ​
Old Trinity Hill​ ​
​Rue de Trachy (North only)
​South Hill ​
​Upper Clarendon Road ​
​12 hour limit in any 24 hours
​Rue de Trachy
​Victoria Avenue: first 12 spaces, layby 5 (after First Tower) between 1 October and 31 March.

Paycards or PaybyPhone must be used between 8am and 5pm from 1 April to 30 September

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